Reporting IP Performance Metrics to Users

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (ippm WG)
Authors Stanislav Shalunov  , Martin Swany 
Last updated 2015-10-14 (latest revision 2011-03-14)
Replaces draft-shalunov-ippm-reporting
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The aim of this document is to define a small set of metrics that are robust, easy to understand, orthogonal, relevant, and easy to compute. The IPPM WG has defined a large number of richly parameterized metrics because network measurement has many purposes. Often, the ultimate purpose is to report a concise set of metrics describing a network's current state to an end user. It is for this purpose that the present set of metrics is defined, and the document is principally concerned with "short-term" reporting considerations (a few seconds or minutes as opposed to days, months or years.)


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